Description Brewster Kahle, Digital Librarian and Founder of the Internet Archive, has been working to provide universal access to all knowledge for more than twenty-five years. Since the mid-1980s, Kahle has focused on developing technologies for information discovery and digital libraries. In 1989 Kahle invented the Internet's first publishing system, WAIS (Wide Area Information Server) system and in 1989, founded WAIS Inc., a pioneering electronic publishing company that was sold to America... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Brewster Kahle explains the philosophy of the Internet Archive during this Fall 2015 seminar at Pitzer College.Part of a Munroe Center for Social Inquiry speaker series on the topic of the Archive (directed by Alex Juhasz).http://pitweb.pitzer.edu/mcsi/fall-2015-series-archive/ Topics: archive, pitzer, seminar, Brewster Kahle, Alexandra Juhasz, Internet Archive
Dan Whaley interviews Brewster Kahle, Digital Librarian, Internet Archive for his documentary Hypothes.is. Hypothes.is Project Dan Whaley and Rod Mann In less than 20 years, the Internet and its diffusion into all aspects of our lives through increasingly diverse, powerful and ubiquitous technologies has changed everythingâhow we work, play, communicate, make friends, laugh, learn, find mates, stay informed about the world, make political decisions, fight for our freedoms and much more. It has... Topics: Brewster Kahle, Hypothes.is, Internet Archive, History of the Internet, Dan Whaley, Rod Mann
The Media Giraffe Project interviews Brewster Kahle, digital librarian, director and co-founder of the Internet Archive. Brewster touches on his motivation for starting the archive, the importance of digital libraries and "one upping the Greeks." For more information on the Media Giraffe Project see http://www.mediagiraffe.org Topics: archive.org, UMASS, digital library, Brewster Kahle, Media Giraffe Project, mgp, Densmore
Brewster Kahle reads the final paragraph of Robert C. Binkley's Manual of Methods of Reproducing Research Materials (1936), on the sidewalk outside the Internet Archive. Topics: Robert C. Binkley, Brewster Kahle
At the recent RootsTech Conference held in Salt Lake City, I had a chance to sit and talk with Brewster Kahle, a digital librarian who is also the founder of The Internet Archive. Brewster had delivered a keynote speech at the conference a few minutes earlier to about 3,000 people. He then kindly agreed to appear on EOGN in a video interview in which he discusses digital archiving to preserve information forever and to make it available to anyone, anywhere in the world, at no charge. Topics: Brewster, Kahle, archive, eogn, rootstech
Discourse related to the collection, development, and dissemination of educational content across a broad range of languages and mediums. Universal Access to All Knowledge Brewster Kahle — Co-Founder and Director, Internet Archive Plenary held at at 11:30 am on 5-August-2006 Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA Wikimania 2006 A listing of other conference sessions is available: "Wikimania" The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of the Wikimedia Foundation... Topics: Wikipedia, Wikimedia, Wikimania, Internet Archive, wiki, online culture, data archiving, digital...
Radio interview with Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle conducted by Ali Nazar from Method to the Madness, a show that explores the innovative spirit of the Bay Area Topics: radio, internet archive, interview
Brewster Kahle is building a truly huge digital library -- every book ever published, every movie ever released, all the strata of web history ... It's all free to the public -- unless someone else gets to it first.Brewster Kahle is an inventor, philanthropist and digital librarian. His Internet Archive offers 85 billion pieces of deep Web geologyMore information about this show available at: Denver Open Media Topic: Educational
Librivox recording of The Open Library, by Brewster Kahle. Read by Kristen, Kara, Brad, Gord, Sureka, Eddie, Alex, Hugh, Chris, and Sally. For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. For more information, or to become a volunteer reader, please visit librivox.org. Download M4B (8MB) favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: literature, audiobook, librivox Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
A talk given at the Entertainment Gathering by Mike Hawley, republished on the TED conference site: http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/brewster_kahle_builds_a_free_digital_library.html Good description of the Internet Archive in 2007. Topics: Internet Archive, Brewster Kahle
This is a little speech by Brewster Kahle at the Creative Commons launch on December 16, 2002 in San Francisco, California. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Filmmakers: Lisa Rein, Organizations: Creative Commons, Organizations: Creative Commons
Setting out to make all knowledge accessible to everyone via the internet, Brewster Kahle founded Internet Archive. At a cost of only ten cents per page, Kahle has not only achieved the digitalization of the world's books; he also started Book Mobile, a traveling library that gives underprivileged children the opportunity to print their own books. He continues to work to capture all the knowledge that has ever been published, including books, music, and video, in this completely digital... Topics: California, Half Moon Bay, Big Ideas Fest, Youtube, big ideas fest, big ideas, bigideasfest,...
Interview with Brewster Kahle (aged 33) conducted by Dave Marvit, in Cambridge Massachusetts, November 28, 1992. Interview held at the newly-created WAIS Incorporated, "three blocks from Harvard Square". Runtime is roughly 2 hours. Topics covered include: History of WAIS Definition of Wide Area Information Server (WAIS) Technology Early experiments of WAIS-like services; what went right and wrong Working at Thinking Machines Corporation Devising Search Algorithms Early advancements in... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Brewster Kahle, WAIS, Search, Thinking Machines, Connection Machine, Algorithms
Segment from a presentation by Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive Digital Librarian at Ford Foundation NetGain gathering, — a call from 5 top foundations to think big about prospects for our digital future. Topics: brewster kahle, ford foundation
Brewster Kahle is building a truly huge digital library -- every book ever published, every movie ever released, all the strata of web history ... It's all free to the public -- unless someone else gets to it first. Topics: TEDTalks, EG 2007, TED, Talks, book, design, entertainment, film, history, library, media, music,...
Brewster Kahle's talk on Universal Access To All Knowledge given at The Long Now Foundation on November 30, 2011. Introduction As founder and librarian of the storied Internet Archive (deemed impossible by all when he started it in 1996), Brewster Kahle has practical experience behind his universalist vision of access to every bit of knowledge ever created, for all time, ever improving. He will speak to questions such as these: Can we make a distributed web of books that supports vending and... Topics: brewster kahle, universal access, internet archive, long now foundation
Internet Multicasting ServiceInternet Talk RadioGeek of the WeekGOTW: Brewster Kahle [Photograph used in the soundplayer frame is of Brewster's appearance on "Sunergy" on September 8, 1993."]Carl Malamud interviews Brewster Kahle, the father of WAIS and the founder and president of WAIS, Inc. Brewster was a member of the AI Lab at MIT and went on to be one of the original researchers at Thinking Machines. In this interview, he discusses his vision of personal publishing, of a... Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Geek of the Week
Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive, discusses in this seven-minute video interview the obstacles and opportunities in archiving our television culture. JD Lasica conducted the interview at the conference "Getting Ready for Prime Time: Online Video and the Future of Television" in Berkeley, Calif., on Sept. 30, 2005. This is the high-quality H.264 version of the video. Topic: brewster kahle
Brewster Kahle's talk about foundation housing at the SOCAP 2014 conference.Location: Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA More about Foundation Housing on Brewster's blog. Topics: brewster kahle, foundation housing, internet archive
Brewster Kahle’s short video for the occasion of the wake of Michio Tomita of Japan. Michio Tomita, with three other friends, began compiling five out-of-copyright Japanese books in text form in 1997, greatly inspired by Project Gutenberg as well as Voyager Company’s Expand Books. They named the library as Aozora Bunko, or “Blue Sky Library”, because they wanted the library to have an unlimited future. The volunteer group led by him now has several hundred editors, and compiles more... Topics: Michio Tomita, Project Gutenberg
C-SPAN an acronym for Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network is an American cable television network that offers coverage of federal government proceedings and other public affairs programming via its three television channels (C-SPAN C-SPAN2 and C-SPAN3). Topic: CSPAN Source: http://www.c-span.org/
Radio New Zealand Interview of Brewster Kahle 11/25/2014.http://web.archive.org/web/20141125221130/http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/20158721/brewster-kahle%27s-quest-to-make-all-human-knowledge-available Topics: Brewster Kahle, New Zealand, Interview
Daniel Erasmus runs the Digital Thinking Network, a creative thinktank. Here he interviews Brewster Kahle of the Internet Archive on the next 10 years of the Internet. Video to follow. Topic: Brewster Kahle